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Sun, 9 Sep 2001 13:57:47 +1000 (EST)
I just had an interesting thought on "click-wrap" agreements.
In most states in Oz, where a contact is entered into in your own
residence, there is a statutory "cooling off" period wherein you can
revoke the contract.
Now, given the recent judgement in Gutnick v ??? about where a defamatory
article is published (yes, I know it is being appealed), does that mean
that a "click-warp" agreement is a contract entered into in you own
residence and therefore able to be revoked within the cooling off period.
OK. lawyers, how say you.
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On Sun, 9 Sep 2001, Adam wrote:
> I read your post with some interest. On this subject, you and perhaps
> Ian Hiebert might be interested in visiting
> http://seven.bf.rmit.edu.au/clickwrap and in particular, question 12 in
> the survey.
> Adam Gatt